CYPHER LEARNING announced having two LMS products recognized in the “Top 50 LMS 2016 Rankings Report” written by Craig Weiss, the author of the Elearning 24/7 blog and well known e-learning industry analyst.
CYPHER LEARNING, a San Francisco e-learning company announced having two LMS products recognized in the “Top 50 LMS 2016 Rankings Report” written by Craig Weiss, the author of the Elearning 24/7 blog and well known e-learning industry analyst.
This year’s report goes multiple steps forward to bring the insight and information you want and need in today’s global environment by conducting a review of 690 systems.
CYPHER LEARNING has two products: MATRIX, an LMS for businesses, and NEO, an LMS for schools and universities. In this year’s report MATRIX was ranked the #1 LMS for Small Businesses, and NEO was ranked the #2 LMS for Higher Education.
CEO Graham Glass said: ”We are honored to be the only company with two products chosen as the world’s leading Learning Management Systems, with NEO in the Education space and MATRIX in the business space. We will be adding many exciting and innovative features to our products in 2016 that will further distinguish them from others in the marketplace. ”
Graham Glass is a serial entrepreneur with a track record of innovation and a strong background in education and software, having taught computer science at the University of Texas at Dallas and founding two education companies, so deep familiarity with the features that teachers and students need is in the company's DNA.
Both products are known for their beautiful user interfaces, comprehensive set of features, pricing that provides great value for money, and professional support staff. NEO and MATRIX are used by over 20,000 organizations, support 40+ languages, have millions of users, and have won several awards.
About CYPHER LEARNING
CYPHER LEARNING is a company based in San Francisco that specializes in providing e-learning platforms for universities, businesses, and organizations around the world. The company has two products: NEO, an LMS for schools and universities, and MATRIX, an LMS for businesses.